Nepal | August 04, 2020

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  • Kathmandu

    PM in talks with experts, opposition leaders about whether to impose another lockdown

    KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has started a discussion with public health experts and leaders of the opposition to decide whether or not to impose a second round of lockdown, and possible steps ahead. With the cases of coronavirus infection surging across the nation and inside Kathm...

  • Sports

    Pakistan must hit the ground running against England: Misbah

    Pakistan will have to hit the ground running if they are to have any chance against England in their three-test series which starts on Wednesday, coach Misbah-ul-Haq said. Six months since their last test match, Pakistan go into the games at bio-secure venues in Manchester and Southampton aga...

  • Business

    Airlines seek permission to resume flights

    Airline companies have to resubmit their proposal for slots if flight operations are halted for more than 60 days Kathmandu, August 3 The government's decision to resume domestic and international flights from August 17 has prompted airline companies to start submitting their proposals to the Ci...

  • Entertainment

    The Ellen DeGeneres Show ‘not going off air’

    KATHMANDU: The Ellen DeGeneres Show is not going off the air amid the continuation of workplace investigation. According to the show's executive producer Andy Lassner, who shared his thoughts on the future of show on Twitter, "Nobody is going off the air." He had said after a Twitter user who ...

  • Oddities

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    Thailand’s migrant sex workers fear for the future

    BANGKOK: Bua used to earn up to 40,000 baht ($1,300) a month as a sex worker in Thailand's northern province of Chiang Mai when the coronavirus forced entertainment venues to close, leaving her jobless. Since March, the 32-year-old single mother, who is Burmese, has racked up debts of more than 1...

  • Opinion

    COVID-19, Handwashing, and Access to Water

    As the lockdown in Nepal is gradually relaxed, a proportionate increase in COVID-19 cases have emerged. Preventive measures for COVID-19 initially prescribed assume greater importance now more than ever. Handwashing, one of the key globally accepted directives, needs to be reiterated. However, this ...